Aramide

Aramide is a Multi-Award Winning Nigerian Afro-Soul/Jazz artiste and Recording Academy voting member, who discovered the talents of singing and writing as a teenager and decided to nurture them.

After secondary school, she learnt to play the saxophone and guitar, two instruments she is quite passionate about.

Aramide sings about love, betrayal, friendship, trust, and the attendant joys and aches of womanhood. Her musical influences include Erykah Badu, Miriam Makeba, Sade, Angelique Kidjo and other greats.

Lauren Jean

14 year old musician/singer songwriter/busker
Write and perform my own music on keys and guitar
Had tracks played on BBC Introducing Lancashire
Featured on itv singing competition
Busk and gig most weekends. Love performing live.

Mokono

Mokono are a Southampton-based psychedelic soul band, whose music sports exciting grooves and jazz-inflected harmony.

Formed in 2017, they have spent the last year making their mark on the Southampton music scene and gigging at other cities in the south of England including London, Bristol, and Portsmouth.

Mokono’s debut single “Signs” was released in December 2018 and has received airplay from BBC Introducing. The band's next single is expected to come out in Spring 2019.

VanityAct

VanityAct have always been a product of a variety of burgeoning London music scenes. The band started in 2015 in a bedroom in Hackney, with the main goal of being equal parts jazz, soul and punk, and went on to scavenge inspiration from the rich and diverse music of East London's local bars and pubs. Originally flying under the moniker of "Bubblegum", the band decided to start recordidng an album before playing any shows, to curb the limitations of a live setting.

Emily Craig

Singer and song-writer, Emily Craig, has been gigging around London since she moved to the city three years ago. As a classically trained singer, Emily's love for jazz and soul has brought her to perform at some of capital's most iconic venues such as Ronnie Scott's, The Spice of Life and The Adelphi Theatre. Drawing on her experiences living abroad in Lyon, France and Granda, Spain, Emily has spent the last year crafting a repertoire of fresh original material, written and performed across three languages.

Quiet Man

Preferring the shadows to the spotlight, Quiet Man has spent the last few years dreaming up sounds and honing his craft, learning what he can from the experiences of life and the talented circle of musicians around him. He is now emerging with his debut record, the self-titled ‘Quiet Man’. A collaboration with acclaimed producer Courage, whose musical identity and production style have merged with Quiet Man’s own to create a symbiosis of jazz-drenched grooviness - this EP speaks to the heart and the hips in equal measure.

Sophia Lee Soul

Sophia Lee Soul Bio West Midlands native Sophia Lee Soul is an unorthodox Soul/alternative R&B fusion with a unique edge. Over the years, she has been fine-tuning her craft on the live circuit and performing at some of the most prestigious venues and events within the region, including Dj Aces’s showcase at Liverpool’s ‘Sound city’, Urban festival ‘Simmer down’ Birmingham and recently, her first very successful headline show at ‘Sunflower lounge’ funded by Arts council England.

COCO

COCO is an 18 year old English RnB/Pop artist in London. Raised in Staffordshire, England, the young artist was coached by Karla Milton and Tsana Osborne in Manchester.  She dedicated her time to performing and recording around the West Midlands and parts of Europe including the Balearic Islands and Spain and began gaining fans and and followers around Staffordshire as a child.

Begut

Begut is a nineteen-year-old singer-songwriter whose sound carries multiple influences; soulful vocals, jazzy arrangements and some hints of the folk music she grew up with. Coming from Zaragoza, located in the North of Spain she always felt a link to music. She wrote her first song when she was twelve, and in 2015 she started to do concerts around her hometown, Zaragoza, which made her gain some local recognition.

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